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Hallie Q. Brown/Frances Brown Hughes Collection

Photographs from the Hallie Q. Brown Collection at the National Afro-American Museum and Cultural Center in Wilberfource, Ohio. Hallie Q. Brown (1845? - 1949) was a teacher, elocutionst, civil and women's rights advocate, and Wilberforce University graduate, instructor, and trustee.

For additional information Hallie Quinn Brown: A Woman Ahead of Her Time

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Hallie Q. Brown with Nieces Representative Jere A. Brown (1841-1913) Nina L. Brown and Jere A. Brown (1841-1913)
Hallie Q. Brown with Nieces
Representative
Jere A. Brown
(1841-1913)
Nina L. Brown and Jere A. Brown (1841-1913)
Nina L. Brown with Daughters Thomas Brown Frances E. Hughes at 6 Months
Nina L. Brown with Daughters
Thomas Brown
Frances E. Hughes at 6 Months
Frances E. Hughes at 2 Years Frances E. Hughes at 6 Years Frances E. Hughes - Valentine
Frances E. Hughes at 2 Years
Frances E. Hughes at 6 Years
Frances E. Hughes
- Valentine
Frances E. Hughes and Lois A. Brown Frances Scroggin Brown
Frances E. Hughes
and Lois A. Brown
Frances Scroggin Brown

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